Posted on September 9, 2020 at 4:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

Two author groups have raised a few alerts to keep all writers safe.

The Watchdog Desk of the Alliance of Independent Authors recently became aware that Dog Ear Publishing, a company that it previously warned authors about, is now back in action under a new name: Bookplate Press.

Read the back story about Dog Ear/Bookplate Press and options for affected authors to seek recourse on the ALLi blog.

Writer Beware, meanwhile, is receiving reports of major publishers being impersonated by scammers.

Victoria Strauss shares the example of a scam pitch sent by someone claiming to be with HarperCollins — and highlights the red flags — over at Writer Beware.

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What type of publishing house is Olympia Publishers based in London? I have been offered a hybrid publishing agreement, which I am reviewing.
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